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Issue Brief No. 110
Supplementary Table 1

Pay-for-Performance Programs—Respondent Beliefs and Attitudes and Tolerance for Inaccuracy in Physician Performace Ratings


 
High Tolerance for Inaccuracy (20% - 50%)
Moderate Tolerance for Inaccuracy (6% - 19%)
Low Tolerance for Inaccuracy (<5%)
Overall
24%
26%
49%
"Regarding following guidelines for quality of care (giving appropriate care), physicians are..."
 
 
 
    Usually the same
20
19
61
    Usually a little bit
    different
26
30
44
    Usually a lot different
25
26
51
"How important in judging the performance of a doctor is preventing complications from treatment?"
 
 
 
    Very important
21
27
52
    Somewhat important
45
25
31
    Not important
74
0
26
Note: Rows may not sum to 100% due to rounding.

All differences across levels of tolerance for inaccuracy were statistically significant at p<.05.

Source: Center for Studying Health System Change, national survey conducted by Knowledge Networks, Inc., December 2006


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